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A year after the Yom Kippur War, a group of right-wing activists met in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Givat Mordechai to discuss the then-theoretical possibility that Israel would decide to relinquish land in exchange for peace with its Arab neighbors.
The participants were asked to suggest possible means of resistance if Israel would make such a decision. The discussion did not raise any ideas more radical than lying in front of the IDF tanks which would come to evacuate the Jewish settlements. But for Yoel Lerner, the organizer of the event, the night was the beginning of a revolution.
We wanted to stir up original thought, Lerner, who has served a total of nearly six years in prison for plotting to bomb the Temple Mount, told The Jerusalem Post on Monday. The meeting, however, was a flop and the best they could come up with was lying in front of the tanks. When I got home I wrote down three ideas, one of which was to blow up one or both of the central edifices on the Temple Mount.
Lerner was arrested soon after by security forces who, during a search of his home due to a suspicion that he was involved in arson, discovered the plan of action he had written that fateful night.
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